Motorola Moto G with LTE and microSD goes official

13 May, 2014

The Motorola Moto G is the company's most successful smartphone to date and at its London event today, the company announced a new version with LTE. The Moto G LTE is also featuring a microSD card slot - a feature that many, including us, badly missed in the previous versions of the phone.

Other than those changes, the Motorola Moto G LTE is identical to its predecessor. It runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat on a Snapdragon 400 chipset with 1GB of RAM. At the back, there's a 5MP camera with LED flash.

Motorola will begin selling the Moto G LTE globally by the end of the month. In the UK, the phone will launch in June with a price tag of 149 for the 8GB version. In the US, its price is going to be $219. The 3G version of the phone currently retails for 135 in the UK and $179 in the US, so we think the new additions are well worth their bump in the price.

Now, with the Motorola Moto E offering an even cheaper alternative to the Moto G, it seems the company is looking at good times ahead of it.


Reader comments

  • Chandra

ASIS - ZENfone seems to be a good one, non LTE... for all of us who are waiting and patience are exausted can look at this...

  • vijay

how to change galary to any other folder.

  • AnonD-275557

Yes i agree with you. Even i m waiting eagerly for its release in India